Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh City

As Vietnam’s two largest cities, Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City are almost two thousand kilometers apart and 31 hours by car. If you saw my recent post on East Asian travel visas – if not you can see it here – you’ll know it will be worth your while to stay in Vietnam for a short … More Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh City

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Beijing to Shanghai

In terms of scale, China is enormous when compared with its surrounding countries and so not only does travel between cities take much longer than in other parts of East Asia, but it often costs more to do so. Internal flights within China would always be my highest recommendation for a number of reasons that … More Beijing to Shanghai

Ao Nang, Thailand

I’ve travelled to Ao Nang twice over the last few years, on both occasions as a stop between travelling between East and Western Thailand. On my first visit to Southeast Asia in 2015, we stopped in Ao Nang halfway through our ten week trip as a way to regroup and relax. When exploring the islands … More Ao Nang, Thailand

Vlog 3 – Tips on Pitching Collaborative and Sponsored Posts

My second installment in my series of videos on blogging tips is an updated version of my own post on Tips for Pitching Sponsored Travel Posts, which you can read here. While I feel I made some good points in the original article, this vlog goes into further detail on elements of pitching such as … More Vlog 3 – Tips on Pitching Collaborative and Sponsored Posts

Le Coup de Coeur Apartment Grand Place (Brussels, Belgium)

For photographs and a breakdown of my trip to Brussels, click here. This past January I booked a trip to Brussels on a whim, so I struggled to find a place to stay so last minute. I knew I wanted somewhere modern that was central with good transport links, so Le Coup de Coeur Apartment Grand Place fit the … More Le Coup de Coeur Apartment Grand Place (Brussels, Belgium)